On Wed, Aug 20, 2003 at 08:54:55PM -0400, Leonard Rosenthol wrote:
> At 11:42 PM +0000 8/13/03, Phil Harper wrote:
> >as for TIFF, you wouldn't be able to do it in a standard readable TIFF,
>       This, however, is wrong!   We can represent EVERYTHING in 
> GIMP today, and EVERYTHING for GEGL (etc.) in the future with TIFF. 
> And other programs simply will ignore them as they do with other 
> features of TIFF they don't support.

Does TIFF support, for example, float16 data, or a CIE XYZ colorspace?

I'm somewhat concerned with going with an externally standardized format,
then running into a wall with it at some later point, and not being able
to add a feature without breaking standards compliance.

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